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By Christine Aguilar via shelookbook.com
Fashionistas are on alert: the new hair trend of the moment plays in the tray dyeing – the shaded hair also known as tie and die.
The Shaded Hair A Subtle Gradation Of Colors
The shaded hair, it’s just a color in two shades, one clear and one dark. Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz, Jessica Biel, Daphne Burki and other beauty addicts are already followers of this new fashion … suits us well because it is convenient and economical!
Indeed, to adopt it, just let her push natural hair root. Needless to spend astronomical sums run to the hairdresser to catch a color, the dark roots are all the rage!
The Two-Tone Hair, A Trend That Moves
To find the origins of the shaded hair, we must go back to the 1970s, at the time of hippies, when the wind hair, double tone was so trendy with a crown of flowers on her head and a necklace and Peace love around the neck.
Today, without all these accessories, shading hair resurfaced. Already last summer, the two-tone trend had pointed the tip of her nose and at the latest fashion shows, this trend was still valid. Since then, we see more and more young women wear this casual, especially in late summer & a trend that will fall? It is very probable, especially for those who do not have colored hair, this hairstyle is easy to achieve at home.
The Shaded Hair House
It is easier to let its natural roots push retaining its old stain on the tips; you can also achieve the same effect by starting with a natural base. The technique is for everyone and very easy to make at home: just purchase a product dye lambda and apply only the tip of the hair for those who are a little afraid of the results, do not apply the product about 5 centimeters for a slight effect For the more adventurous, 10 cm ensure an ideal contrast between the two colors. In your dyes!
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Last updated 4 months ago
By Ariel Kaiser via yahoo.com
Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP Image - Taylor Hill/WireImage
Ladies and gentlemen, just one month into 2013, we have a new official haircut! The New York Times calls model Karlie Kloss' chin-length chop the "haircut of the moment," after a four-page spread appeared in Vogue.
Kloss' cut is defined by its just-above-the-shoulder, uniform length, which is a big contrast to her previous long and wavy hair.
Her hairstylist, Garren Defazio, is responsible for the idea, and a phone call from Vogue sealed the deal. “Her hair had been worn out from shows and shoots,” Defazio told the New York Times. “Vogue called and said, ‘Would you do a cut?’ and I said Karlie should be the one to do it on.” Kloss was a little reluctant to chop it all off, as she hadn’t had short hair since grade school, but her jaw-skimming cut with Jane Birkin-esque bangs is not only healthy, it’s setting a huge trend. Michelle Obama and Kylie Minogue have already been spotted with the chop.
It was a pretty bold move for Kloss, who, like all successful models, generally tries to present herself as a clean slate; this makes it easier for designers and hair and make-up teams to create their of-the-moment vision.
Could this be a sign that the "MTV House of Style" co-host is trading the modelling world for full-time acting? She did tell Vogue: "It’s been a year of big change for me. Now feels like a good time for a fresh start.”
Will this trend die out? It is only January, the month of big changes. Or will it take off like the "Rachel" did, driving hairstylists into a frenzy to recreate the look on women all over the country? Only time will tell.
One thing's for sure: it will be interesting to see how the "Karlie" gets styled during New York Fashion week, which begins February 7.